Commission structures and high salaries are enticing benefits employers can offer to attract and retain top talent, however as an employer, there are times when you can’t always offer competitive monetary incentives. While you might think this puts your organisation at a disadvantage, a recent survey by SEEK revealed that 24% of Australians say that in addition to salary, employee benefits play a large role when deciding on where they want to work.
Freelance independent professionals in the United States technology industry - along with other industry sector professionals - are earning more than US$250 an hour for their work, according to a new report.
Digitalisation and automation are fundamentally changing the way people work and workforces that blend technology and talent could be the answer to Australia’s job market concerns, according to a new report.
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